Save vital Stagecoach routes

Posted by Louise Elliott on 8 August 2017

There is currently a local campaign to save vital Stagecoach bus routes from closure. The campaign gives the following information and ways you can help:

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Scam Awareness - new phishing scam

Posted by on 11 April 2017

NEW PHISHING SCAM – APRIL 2017

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Trustees needed!

Posted by Louise on 17 January 2017

Looking for a new challenge?

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Christmas Closure

Posted by Louise Elliott on 14 December 2016

Citizens Advice Forest of Dean will be closed from Friday 23rd December until Tuesday 3rd January.

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Our local impact

Posted by on 7 November 2016

People in Forest of Dean are over £1 million better off thanks to the work ofCitizens Advice Forest of Dean

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AGM 2016

Posted by on 16 September 2016

Annual General Meeting 2016

 

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Scam Awareness Month

Posted by Lou on 6 July 2016

Citizens Advice Forest of Dean is urging people in the Forest to spread the word about scams and expose the tactics of fraudsters to protect others.

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Protect our Bus Services!

Posted by on 6 July 2016

Do you use bus services in the Forest of Dean area?

Gloucestershire County Council is currently running a survey on bus routes in the Forest of Dean. The results of the survey will help to inform a scrutiny exercise which will consider figures, profit and efficiency.

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Free Budgeting Workshops in August - Book Now

Posted by Louise on 21 June 2016

Worried about money? Citizens Advice Forest of Dean is holding a series of free budgeting worksops during August at the Main Place in Coleford. Please see poster below for dates. Workshops are also planned for Newent, Lydney and Cinderford with dates and venues to be confirmed. For further information, please contact Wes Hayfield on 01594 823936 ext. 216.

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Welcome Ehlana!

Posted by on 21 June 2016

Citizen's Advice Forest of Dean is very pleased to welcome Ehlana Head to her new paid role as Training Supervisor. Ehlana has previously been a volunteer adviser for the bureau for a year while studying Politics and International Relations at the University of Southampton.

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